noun, plural mon·gos.
Definition for mongo (2 of 3)
noun, plural mon·go, mon·gos.
Origin of mongo2
Definition for mongo (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for mongo
Part of the exhibit was a sample of “mongo,” which describes something pulled from the garbage for reusing.One New York Sanitation Worker Has a New Idea for Recycling Trash … Turn It Into Art|Nina Strochlic|July 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The king, just arisen from bed, looked out of the window, and was astounded to see the mongo and sand perfectly assorted.
When I was sufficiently recovered to attend to business, Mongo John desired me to resume my position in his employment.
Originally it must have been either gravel and mongo, or else mongo and some other kind of lentil nearly resembling it in size.
Next day forty more were despatched by the Mongo; but still my liberty was denied.
It came to pass that, out of the forty slaves brought in the caravan, the Mongo rejected eight.